Mineheart has gone even further to reduce the environmental impact of their wallpapers with the launch of their “Back to Nature” range of wallpapers for which they re-designed even the packaging to use with 100% biodegradable plastic-free materials, even going as far as eliminating the use of plastic tape and polythene wrap. The artwork has been designed by Courtney Brims, known for her beautifully detailed drawings and illustrations of animals where nothing is quite what it seems. In this design snakes, rats, snails, skeletons and moths adorn the classical flowing vines and flowers in various stages of incompletion, the 'Back to Nature' wallpaper collection resonates with nature in both its design and making. This wall-covering is printed on minehearts standard wallpaper using pulp from sustainably managed forests, with ultra low VOC inks and for every roll sold, one additional tree is planted in areas of Africa heavily affected by deforestation.
"I took inspiration from William Morris’s beautifully intricate wallpaper designs. I studied quite a few of his designs to get a feel of how all the elements fit together and flow seamlessly. I wanted the design to appear to be a pretty English cottage garden with tulips, camellias and bluebells but with a subtle sinister feel to it, incorporating rats, snakes and fragments of hair and bones."
- Artist, Courtney Brims
This is a classic ogee type floral pattern that has a repeat of 62cm and is available in 4 colour combination/designs: Red, Original, Purple and Parchment.
Roll Dimensions: 85cm wide x 10meters long
Substrate: 195g heavy duty non-woven wallpaper
Back To Nature Red (pictured above)
Back To Nature 'Original' Coloured (pictured above)
Back To Nature Purple (pictured above)
Back To Nature Parchment (pictured above)